Choo felt some more pain on Wednesday and was in the lineup as a DH on Thursday. No word on when he'll be healthy enough to play the field.
"This happens every spring training," Choo said. "It's the same problem, the same pain. Normally, it takes about 10 days, I take medicine. I DH. I get treatment. It makes it better."
Barton has been sidelined since Saturday with a Grade 1 (mild) hamstring strain. He has four hits in his first four at-bats this spring.
Maholm shelled six runs -- five earned -- on six hits and two walks over 2 2/3 innings pitched. Todd Frazier and Chris Heisey both took Maholm deep for homers. Maholm has allowed six earned runs over 7 2/3 innings pitched this spring.
Allen sustained the injury in the final inning of the game and was removed. He was receiving a good chunk of playing time due to injuries to Ike Davis and Lucas Duda. He was batting .174/.208/.174 with two RBI over 23 at-bats this spring.
"If everything goes well with Jonathan, there's a chance he could throw an inning against Cleveland," manager Bryan Price said. "He'd obviously have to get through tomorrow's bullpen, but there's been no reason to think he's not going to pitch on the 17th."
Marshall, who is battling shoulder tendinitis, could be cleared to re-initiate his throwing program with a bullpen session on Friday.
"He's definitely behind schedule, but if we don't have any setbacks and we're optimistic, he'll be ready at least within that first week or two of the regular season," Price said.